LIST OF ONGOING RESEARCH IN THE DEPARTMENT OF VETERINARY MEDICINE AND SURGERY, COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE,
UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE, ABEOKUTA
1. DR.A.O. SONIBARE,
i. Haematology, C3 complement and Alternative hemolytic compliment as indices of resistance of three breeds of Nigerian goats experimentally infected with Haemonchus contortus.
ii. Serum chemistry and serum proteins of apparently healthy Nigerian pigs in Abeokuta and environ.
2. DR. A.O. TALABI,
i. Diseases and parasites of cattle in the transboundary areas of Ogun State.
3. DR. (MRS.) E.A.O. SOGEBI,
i. The effect of hypertonic and Isotonic crystalloids on the Cardiopulmonary and Oxygen transports in Dogs.
ii. Anti-inflammatory effect of Jatropha curcas in rats.
iii. Analgesic effect of Jatropha curcas in mice.
iv. Haematology and ECG of Dog with Hepatozoan canis infection.
v. Comparison of ECG of local and exotic breeds of dogs with experimental Leptospirosis.
4. DR. S.A.V. ABAKPA,
i. Prevalence of Ancylostomosis in puppies in Warri.
5. DR. (MRS) I. K. OYEWUSI,
i. Calfhood mortality in extensively reared indigenous cattle in Abeokuta and its environs.
ii. A comparative study of chemotherapies for Dermatophilosis of cattle in Ogun State, Nigeria.
iii. Serum Biochemistry of apparently healthy goats in Abeokuta.
iv. Haematological and serum biochemical values of Jersey breeds of cattle in Shonga dairy farms, Kwara State.
6. DR. T.A.O. OLUSA,
i. Survey of Musculoskeletal Injuries in Polo Horses in Nigeria.
ii. Evaluation of diazepam’s influence on the anaesthetic depth and cardiopulmonary status of ketamine anaesthesia in horses premedicated with xylazine.
7. DR. R.A. AJADI,
i. Analysis, purification and evaluation of snail mucin as a viscosupplementation agent in osteoarthritis.
ii. Influence of Antitumor drug on the gonadal functions of male Wistar Rats and the chemopreventive role of snail mucin injection, noni and vitamin E.
iii. Effect of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) on ketamine anaesthesia in rabbits.
iv. Work-place stress and burn-out syndrome among Veterinary Surgeons in Nigeria.